My research focuses primarily on disease modeling and the innovative application of artificial intelligence and computer simulations within the realms of public health and climate change. On a broader scale, I am particularly dedicated to unraveling the intricate transmission dynamics of infectious diseases, encompassing direct transmission diseases, vector-borne diseases, and zoonoses.
My work extends to the analysis and modeling of disease surveillance data, employing both clinical and wastewater-based epidemiological approaches. I also delve into how control measures impact the spread of diseases in both spatial and temporal dimensions. To navigate the complexities of infection and transmission dynamics across various diseases, I harness advanced mathematical, computational, and artificial intelligence-based methodologies. The overarching goal is to enrich our comprehension of infectious disease transmission dynamics and to address health challenges, with a particular focus on low- and middle-income countries.
I am currently serving as the editorial board member at the Scientific Reports, BMC Infectious Diseases, and PLOS Global Public Health.
My education/work history can be found in this CV (updated April 2023): Download CV